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A Survey on Bio-Medical Engineering Education

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3 Author(s)
Gabriele, T.C. ; The Franklin Institute Labs., Philadelphia, Pa. ; Lavin, M.T. ; Higginson, T.N.

This is an investigation concerning the feasibility of establishing an undergraduate bio-medical engineering program and an interpretation of the present trends and demands for students completing this field of study. The paper is based upon a statistical study of the opinions of deans of colleges, deans of medical schools, directors of medical hospitals and research centers and directors of engineering corporations, government agencies and employment agencies. The answers to selected questions were tabulated and various comments were recorded. It was found that there is definitely a need for personnel in this field and consequently the necessity of establishing an undergraduate program.

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Bio-medical Electronics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:10 ,  Issue: 3 )